Stories are a funny thing. In books and movies, more often than not, they are extremely predictable. You can see the plot twists and guess the endings. They follow a formula that we can depend upon. Real life is anything but! It is a grand adventure that holds within it the highest of highs and… Continue reading Keep Moving Forward
Can you believe I started this blog one year ago? I can’t either! In the beginning I had dreams and ideas of the direction it would go. I never would have guessed that mold, aside from that which helps to make some cheeses beautiful, would be a topic I would be writing about. Especially on my… Continue reading 5 Gentle ways to detox from mold, chemicals, and more!
I know, I know, kale really can be pretty gross. It is tough, bland when raw and slimy when cooked. For some, it is really difficult to find its appeal. But here is the thing: it is amazing for you AND can be super delicious when made right! So before you give up on kale… Continue reading Redeeming Kale: Salad Made 2 Ways
I miss writing about food and promise I will get back to it soon. Life has just not afforded me a lot of time to experiment with new things lately. Due to our unfortunate run in with toxic mold my life has been taken over by research and recovery! So here is a quick-ish update about… Continue reading Minimalism, Mold and More
I am writing this on a new keyboard, with a new mouse, on a borrowed table, in my parent’s basement. This is not what I expected my life to look like as a 30 something. But life rarely goes as planned. For those of you who have been following me for a bit, you know… Continue reading Oh, my mold! Our latest “adventure”.
Ok, so as stated in previous posts, I am not a baker! In my former life I could make an incredible scone, but that was the full extent of my baking expertise. Since going grain free I have dabbled in the art of baking a little more and have found that it can be rather fun!… Continue reading Almond Butter Cookies (Paleo / Full GAPS) + a Cinco De Mayo Twist!
I am at home all day eating foods that have been cooked in stock. To say I am removed from the 8-5 life and the need for desk stable snacks is definitely an understatement. But for my Dream Boat and a number of our friends finding foods that you can keep at your desk for… Continue reading Snacks for your desk, diaper bag, or backpack
I have a confession to make: I have never done a fast. I have been hearing about them my entire life and I know a lot of people who have fasted over the years. My Christian friends fast to seek healing, for Lent, to find wisdom, to break an addiction, to draw close to God. My… Continue reading 6 Benefits Of A Social Media Detox
There are days that I crave a country style breakfast! I want biscuits and gravy. I want hash browns. I want something hearty that will stick with me for hours. When you are currently grain free, nut free, nightshade free, free of all the things that would make it easy to create this breakfast it becomes… Continue reading “Hashbrowns & Gravy” : A Country Style Breakfast (GAPS / SCD / AIP / Paleo / WAPF)
I have been trying to come up with a quick and easy Easter treat that I can take to church for my kiddos, put in eggs, and have on hand as a quick dessert replacement as needed. You never know what food challenges you will come across on Easter! Gummies are the obvious answer for us,… Continue reading Gummies 2.0